Recursos para apoyar el HOMESCHOOLING(in times of crisis). Y Miles de películas gratis en Kanopy.

Miles de películas gratis en Kanopy. Y Recursos para apoyar el HOMESCHOOLING (in times of crisis)

Les quiero compartir, recursos que me parecen muy buenos, los he ido compilando de varias fuentes. Me parecen esenciales para equilibrar estos días sin escuela y sin vida social. Espero que les sean útiles. HOMESCHOOLING (in times of crisis) no es una tarea fácil para algunos padres, por lo que lo más recomendable según psicólogos, y educadores es acompañar a nuestros niños, pasar tiempo de calidad, y realizar juegos en donde puedan aprender algo cada día.

Kanopy, me gusta mucho, porque a demás de tener miles de películas gratis sin anuncios, sólo necesitas tu tarjeta de la biblioteca, y con ello podrás acceder cada mes a ocho películas gratis. Puedes encontrar una variedad de películas galardonadas en festivales, documentales muy buenos, y una sección muy bien curada para los niños. Y semanalmente, van agregando nuevos títulos.

Kanopy Kids, tiene una opción para acceso a controles parentales. En donde podemos limitar lo que nuestros pequeños pueden ver según la edad.

Y si te aburres con tantas películas, noticias, y estudios, y a tu pequeño(a) le gusta dibujar, les recomiendo este maravilloso canal de Mo Willems. Este es uno de los autores preferidos de Amélie. Descubrir estas clases han sido una gran bendición. Nos encanta.

Artículos recomendados por varias fuentes tales como:
https://www.880cities.org/
https://www.tdsb.on.ca/

https://sdm-tfx.digital.scholastic.com/?authCtx=U.794217314
https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
A Surge in Biking to Avoid Crowded Trains in N.Y.C.

Retired Health Care Workers Volunteer to Help During the COVID-19 Crisis 

How to Make a New Routine While Staying at Home

Reflections from Ken Greenberg: Staying Apart to Pull Together
Thinking of Our Vulnerable Citizens: 
How to Support your Kids During COVID-19 Crisis

Where Seniors Can Find Help in Toronto During COVID-19

Seniors Share #StayHome Messages Online in Northern Ontario

https://www.heritage.org/curricula-resource-initiative/school-models

https://psicologiaymente.com/clinica/por-que-se-recomienda-horario-durante-cuarentena

https://www.ontario.ca/page/learn-at-home

https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Elementary-School/Supporting-You/Health-Active-Living/Coronavirus/Learning-Resources

Les dejo aquí 17 h 8 min de Música. Mi Playlist_ Aquarius Mood in time of COVID by Yannis Lobaina. Inspired in the Book: Astro poets Your guides to the Zodiac by Alex Dimitrov and Dorothea Lasky. Flatiron Books.

Cuidense mucho, Un gran abrazo,

50 recursos gratuitos de aprendizaje en línea para niños.

50 recursos gratuitos de aprendizaje en línea para niños

Hola, solo deseo y pido al UNIVERSO, que todos ustedes, se mantengan seguros, saludables y creativos durante este tiempo tan incierto. Desde mi red del tiempo, los abrazo grande!

50 recursos gratuitos de aprendizaje en línea para niños. Los he ido compilando de diversas fuentes online. Las citaré a todas al final del post. Recursos gratuitos y muy variados todos, que ayudarán a mantener a nuestros niños ocupados, entretenidos y aprendiendo mientras las escuelas están cerradas.

50 recursos gratuitos de aprendizaje en línea para niños

ART

Coding

·      Blockly https://blockly.games Learn computer programming skills

·      Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/explore/projects/games/ Creative computer programming

LITERACY

MATH

SCIENCE/SS

FITNESS

Miscellaneous

·      Ted Ed https://ed.ted.com All sorts of engaging educational videos

·      Duolingo https://www.duolingo.com Learn languages

·      Speech Blubs https://speechblubs.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIx-7N-fui6AIVD77ACh0q-AESEAAYASAAEgIVnvD_BwE Free speech therapy app.

WEBSITES

ABCya.comEducational Games for Kids PreK – Grade 6. Topics include math, reading, typing, logic games and more. Free subscribers get access to regular games on desktop, videos, six mobile games and three ‘favourite” games per week on one device.

Gonoodle.com – Cabin fever anyone? GoNoodle gets kids up and moving with fun, engaging content including dance parties, yoga sessions, mindfulness activities and games.

Khanacademy.org – Created by experts, Khan Academy is a library of trusted, standards-aligned practices and lessons, covering math K-12, science, grammar, history and more. Free for learners and teachers.

Mysteryscience.com – In light of the recent school closures, Mystery Science has collected its most popular K-5 science lessons and is offering them for free, no login required. All lessons are expertly designed to engage students, achieve learning outcomes and for ease of use.

Mystery Doug – How is a rainbow made? Could a turtle live outside its shell? If these are mysteries your kids would like to explore, get a free account to access videos exploring hundreds of fascinating questions.

Prodigy Math – A free, engaging, curriculum-aligned platform for students in grades 1-8. Used by more than 50 million students, teachers and administrators, Prodigy Math allows parents to create an optional account from which they can set goals, give rewards and monitor progress.

Raz-Kids – An award-winning website for students K-5 to improve their reading skills. Enter your email address for access to a library of free interactive ebooks, or enter a little more information and get access to a free 14-day trial of additional resources.

Scholastic Learn at Home – Offers day-by-day projects for elementary-aged kids to keep them reading, thinking and growing. Each day includes four separate learning experiences built around a meaningful story or video. Little learners can discover things like why Zebras have stripes, or take a trip back in time to the American Revolution via virtual tour.

STMath.com – Now available at no cost to anyone affected by school closures, ST Math is a PreK-8 visual instruction program with a unique, patented approach that allows students to learn through challenging puzzles, non-routine problem solving and informative feedback.

Typing Club – A ‘masterfully designed’ typing and keyboarding website with lessons and incentives to help kids learn to touch type (ie. using all fingers without looking at the keyboard.)

Xtramath.org – A free program that helps students master the building blocks of math education – addition, subtraction, multiplication and division – to help prepare them for more advanced work in fractions, decimals and higher-level math. Sign-up is quick and easy and includes instructional videos to help kids and parents get started.

FREE APPS & APPS WITH FREE TRIALS

ABCmouse – An award-winning learning program for kids age 2-8 that covers reading, music, math, art and more. Created by teachers and education experts, ABCmouse offers more than 10,000 learning activities for kids at all levels and has been proven to significantly increase reading skills with as little as 45-minutes a week. Free 30-day trial, then $9.99/month.

Epic! – Epic! Offers unlimited access to 35,000 of the best children’s books and videos from leading publishers like National Geographic, Smithsonian and more. $7.99/month after a 30-day free trial.

Libby – A free app that will allow kids and parents to borrow ebooks and digital audiobooks from their public library. Stream with wifi or mobile data or download for offline use.

Lightbot: Code Hour – A short teaser meant to introduce kids to coding and get them hooked, even without any experience. Appropriate for K-12. Free with no in-app purchases.

Squiggle Park – The #1 reading game for early learners, Squiggle Park helps improve the reading skills of students all over the world. The platform features personalized reading skills games that push learners to succeed at a pace that works for them.

The Four – A math app for kids age 7 and older, The Four offers kids simple and fun games and activities to help with math fundamentals. Kids can compete to see who gets the highest score.

FREE PRINTABLES

Education.com – enter your email address and create a password to unlock access to hundreds of free worksheets and printables for kids.

123Homeschool4me. – Access more than 300,000 free printable worksheets for kids up to Grade 12 in subjects like math, language arts, alphabet letters, history, geography and more.

For comic books, drawing prompts and much more check out these terrific free printables from jarrettlerner.com

VIRTUAL TOURS

We’re hoping to see more Canadian museums, zoos and aquariums increase their virtual tour capabilities in the near future but in the meantime, the Cincinnati Zoo is hosting a Home Safari Facebook Live event every day at 3 pm EDT. During this time the zoo will highlight one awesome animal and include an activity kids can do from home.

MUSEOS

10 Famous Museums Offering Virtual Tours.

Bueno, es una gran lista que de seguro al verla, se agobiarán, pero les recomiendo, que no se pongan como meta fustrarse en realizar TODO. Son recursos que están ahí a la mano, y muchas veces no lo vemos. Y que pueden ser útiles para estos momentos de ocio universal.

Cuidense mucho, y manténgan la calma. Les dejo una playlist con la que escribí el post, mientras mi hija se duchaba.

Créditos de mis 50 recursos gratuitos de aprendizaje en línea para niños.
1. Ms. Lisa Gilbert. Teacher de mi niña.

2. Jen Millard Blogger the https://www.savvymom.ca/article/free-digital-learning-resources-for-kids/.

3. Canadian Freelance Guild.

Fuentes oficiales para consultar información sobre COVID-19 en países de Iberoamérica

No olviden, disfrutar cada despertar, retos y vivencias!

Abrazos,

Yann

Keep calm, spring will come soon! Foto by Yannis Lobaina_2019